IOS

How to use Slide Over on the iPad

iPads no longer run iOS. Instead, they run iPadOS which is a variation of iOS that focuses on multitasking. The new multitasking tools aren’t bad at all and actually allow users to comfortably switch between, and even use two apps side-by-side. iPadOS has a feature called Slide Over which basically …

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How to add multiple photos to an Instagram story

Instagram has added a new format to its stories; multiple images. The new feature splits the screen into four parts by default but it has other layouts that you can choose as well. These layouts let you vertically split the screen in two, horizontally split it in three, and even …

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How to use Siri to remember where you parked on iOS

Siri has access to your location data and it uses the information to show you the weather and run shortcuts that need to use your location, among other things. Location data is generally used by map apps, weather apps, or any other variation of these that help you find some …

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How to block group invites on WhatsApp

Group messaging is a useful feature you’ll find on most messaging apps including Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, and even iMessages. A group chat can get out of hand though, especially if there is no check on who can be added to a group or who can add you to a group. …

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How to create and name iMessage groups on iOS

iMessage is limited to just Apple devices; if you have an iPhone, an iPad, or a Mac, you can send and receive iMessages. If not, you’re going to have to stick to simple text messages. iMessages let you send more feature-rich messages than regular text messages and it stands to …

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How to pin/unpin list feeds from Twitter apps

The Twitter apps for iOS and Android had a change in its design. The new design brought one of its oldest, and more useful features to the front; lists. Lists let you group different users, whether you follow them or not, together. When you visit a list, you get a …

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How to reset all app permissions on iOS

Apps on iOS require access to certain information that your device can collect. For example, it can collect location information but your iPhone doesn’t let apps just access it unless you allow them to. Even then, it’s really easy to revoke permissions you’ve granted to an app. That said if …

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